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The transportation industry is comprised of businesses engaged in the movement of people or property via road, rail, pipeline, air, or water as well as the supporting logistics and infrastructure that facilitate transportation. Managing the risks associated with the storage, movement, and delivery of people and goods is complex and presents numerous risks to both participants and the general public.
Transportation risk management requires expertise in the regulations, contracts, safety and loss control, and insurance coverage nuances that impact the transportation industry. IRMI is your trusted resource for transportation risk management and insurance expertise.
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Most businesses have a transit exposure, of some type or another. This topic reviews the different types of inland marine transportation insurance, including trip transit, annual transit, owners cargo, motor truck cargo, and contingent cargo insurance. Read more about transit exposures in Commercial Property Insurance.
Motor Carrier Issues
The motor carrier industry is composed of those entities that transport goods, materials, commodities, or passengers by motor vehicle. Learn about industry issues, coverage requirements, and regulations related to motor carriers in Commercial Auto Insurance.
The MCS-90 Book
The MCS-90 is a unique endorsement applicable to motor carriers. If you buy insurance for, sell insurance to, or underwrite insurance on commercial vehicles, you need this must-read reference to master the nuances and application of the federally mandated MCS-90 form.
Political Risks in Transportation
Political risk, or the exercise of political power by a government, poses a significant threat to a company's value. Because of its global exposure, the transportation industry is especially susceptible to worldwide political risk. Read how an effective global risk management program can address political risks relevant to transportation in Practical Risk Management.
Transportation Risks in Schools
Approximately 60% of all students in public schools use public transportation to get to and from school activities. The potential for injury to students and drivers as well as damage to property expose school districts to significant liability. Learn about the variety of ways schools seek to finance its transportation risks in Practical Risk Management.
Workers Compensation Issues in Maritime and Railroad Transportation
There are numerous federal workers compensation laws that cover maritime and railroad workers. Such employees are generally excluded from state workers compensation laws. Read more about these unique workers compensation exposures in IRMI Workers Comp.
A century ago, commerce and insurance were transformed when motor vehicles became widely available. A similar transformation is underway now as new types of aircraft, such as drones or flying taxis, are available to people who are not specialists in air transit. This issue of The Risk Report surveys prospects for the development of aircraft and aircraft insurance and directs readers to numerous resources on this topic that are available from IRMI.